whee
interjection Date: 1898 — used to express delight or exuberance

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • whee — [wi:] interjection [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Natural sound] used to express happiness or excitement, especially by or to children …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • whee — [ wi, hwi ] interjection used for representing the sound that children make when they are enjoying moving fast, for example on a SWING or down a SLIDE …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • whee — exclamation of exhilaration, 1920 …   Etymology dictionary

  • whee — [hwē, wē] interj. used to express joy, excitement, exultation, etc …   English World dictionary

  • WHEE — Infobox Radio station name = WHEE city = Martinsville, Virginia area = branding = slogan = AM 1370 Talk of the Town airdate = frequency = 1370 kHz format = News Talk Information power = 5,000 watts day erp = haat = class = D facility id = 51825… …   Wikipedia

  • whee — interjection /wiː/ An expression of pleasure or enjoyment. She twisted the rubber band extra tight. Sure enough, the tractor spun off much faster. Whee! She really liked to see it go fast on the living room floor. Syn: whoopee, yay, yeah, yippee …   Wiktionary

  • whee — North Country (Newcastle) Words who: whe s there? , whee s wi ye? …   English dialects glossary

  • whee — /hwee, wee/, interj. (used to express joy or delight). [1895 1900] * * * …   Universalium

  • WHEE — * AM 1370, Roanoke, Virginia (Community » Radio Stations) …   Abbreviations dictionary

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